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James William Rappaport

Deputy County Attorney

Pima County Attorney's Office


James Rappaport is a Deputy County Attorney at the Pima County Attorney's Office, where he supervises the Tax and Land Use Litigation Units. His practice includes land use and tax litigation, and criminal appeals. His past practice areas include insurance defense, civil appeals, child welfare appeals, and § 1983 defense for the Tucson Police Department and Pima County Sheriff's Department. He has also prosecuted DUIs both in Pima County Justice Court and Tucson City Court on behalf of the Pima County Attorney's Office.

He has tried cases to state and federal juries, and he has litigated in the Arizona Court of Appeals, the Arizona Supreme Court, and before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. James was also an instructor for the Sheriff's Department Corrections Academy, where he taught courses in constitutional law and civil rights liability.

He received a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in historical musicology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011. He earned his law degree from Georgetown University in 2014.

James is the President-Elect of the Pima County Bar Association and Secretary of the Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption Board of Directors. He chairs the PCBA Rules Committee and the Tucson City Magistrate Merit Selection Commission. He has been published twice in DePaul University's Issues in Aviation Law & Policy on the subjects of Federal Aviation Act preemption and aviation tort litigation.

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DUI Fundamentals & Updates


Total Credits: 7 CLE, 7.0 Criminal Law Specialization

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Original Program Date:
Sep 23, 2022
SKU:
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DUI Cases: Issues and Updates


Total Credits: 7 CLE, 7 Criminal Law Specialization

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Includes updates on recent caselaw, legislation, MVD, basics of crash reconstruction and issues with THC-based DUIs

Fri, Sep 13, 2024 - 08:30am to 04:30pm MST-Arizona


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